Our Network

No one learns to lead on new gear or perfect a kick-turn on their own. It’s with the guidance, support and passion of the outdoor community that we learn the way and find our shared love of the outdoors.

At POW, we rely on the outdoor community too. We rely on that same guidance, support and passion from athletes, scientists, creatives and forward-thinking business leaders to help protect the places we love.

We call them our Alliance — it’s going to take everyone to solve the climate crisis.

Alliance Spotlight

Tommy Caldwell

Tommy resides in Estes Park, Colorado with his wife Becca, son Fitz and daughter Ingred. He was raised by an adventurous father and mountain guide who taught him to embrace fear and doubt and turn them into inspiration. Given this attitude, Tommy has established some of the hardest routes in the country and free climbed 12 routes on El Capitan in Yosemite.

He believes difficult journeys, with little chance for success, teach him the most. This attitude is no better exemplified than by his first free ascent of the Dawn Wall in January of 2015, and his first ascent of the Fitz Traverse in Patagonia in February of 2014.

“I go into the mountains each day as a way to explore limits and self and to increase my love for the world we live in.”

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More About POW

We help passionate outdoor people protect the places and lifestyles they love from climate change.

We're just 2 days out from our #SendTheState Mountain Guides virtual event with @alpinist007!⁠

Join host @grahamzimmerman at 5 pm MST as he and Angela chat about her years as a mountain guide, swap climbing stories, and discuss the importance of voting in this election. Come prepared with your questions and head to our #linkinbio to sign up. ⁠


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Our plan today was to share a blog post written by POW staffer @oneill_dm about the #CalWoodFire that recently began in Boulder County, Colorado, this past week, just miles from POW headquarters.⁠

Now, upon this post being published, the #EastTroublesomeFire in Grand County, CO exploded yesterday—burning over 100,000 acres in a single day. The fire has now jumped the 13,000-foot peaks of the Continental Divide and is torching our beloved Rocky Mountain National Park and prompting mandatory evacuations in Estes Park.⁠

As Donny writes, "The 2020 fire season had already painted a terrifying picture of the impacts of the warming climate. The current blazing crises provide full proof that America’s public lands are on the ballot this year. With 50 million members in its ranks, the #OutdoorState has the power to spark significant change by using their voices and votes this fall."⁠

Our thoughts are with everyone in our community who has been impacted by these devastating fires. We are fighting with and for you everyday to ensure this is not our new normal.⁠

📸: The CalWood Fire in Boulder County by @oneill_dm

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